Check Point researchers have discovered a severe vulnerability in eBay's online sales platform, which allows criminals to distribute malware and run phishing campaigns.
A critical vulnerability found in Magento, the most popular content management system for e-commerce sites, is being exploited by hackers to get their hands on users' personal and payment card information, Ars Technica reports.
A database containing eBay customers’ name, encrypted password, email address, physical address, phone number and date of birth was compromised.
eBay has been hacked, and its customers are urged to change their account password as soon a possible.
A majority of consumers worry about how marketers use their personal data, but 79 percent are more likely to provide personal information to what they consider a “trusted brand,” according to a new consumer behavior study from SDL.
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